June 26, 2014 | Grain Hedge Insights | Cody Bills | Views: 189

Market Lifted By Strong Export Sales

Surprise gave soybeans a high trading day

The market was lifted by stronger than expected export sales reported early this morning. In response to the surprise, soybeans was able to trend higher for the remainder of the day. The market will be looking forward at the June 30th Acreage Report and the Quarterly Grain Stocks numbers...

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June 26, 2014 | Grain Hedge Insights | Cody Bills | Views: 403

Will the U.S. Run Out of Soybeans?

Strong weekly soybean export sales indicates demand responding to early June selloff.

Will the U.S. Run Out of Soybeans?

Keep an eye on the July and August soybean contracts as the market opens this morning.

Soybean export sales were reported at 317,200 – well above trade expectations for around 150,000 tonnes sold. This morning’s report included the large reportable sale of 140,000 tonnes to unknown...

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June 25, 2014 | Grain Hedge Insights | Cody Bills | Views: 238

Wheat Basis/Futures Showing Strength

Wheat basis out of the gulf and futures both moved higher today

Wheat basis out of the gulf and futures both moved higher today as production concerns and demand side numbers support the trade. Today we discuss the wheat market and expectations for the June 30th reports. 

June 05, 2014 | | Views: 768
June 03, 2014 | Agriculture’s Other Side | Melissa Erdman | Views: 1101

Breaking the Glass Ceiling

A female reader shares her experiences as a woman in agriculture.

Breaking the Glass Ceiling

Have you ever walked into a room full of people and been the only one that is “different?” — I have, and I do frequently.

Welcome to being a woman in agriculture, a still male dominated field. In many of my classes at Michigan State University, they used to tell us this, but it was hard to...

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April 22, 2014 | Views on the News | Steven Kilger | Views: 961

[BLOG] A Look at the New and Improved Industry Watch

Feed & Grain continues to update its digital offerings to improve user experience

[BLOG] A Look at the New and Improved Industry Watch

Over the last few weeks, you may have noticed changes throughout Feed & Grain’s digital offerings. We started by launching a new website design, followed by a new app for iPad and android tablets, then an interactive digital issue and now a new newsletter.

April 10, 2014 | Editor's View | Elise Schafer | Views: 1284

Feed Industry Feels ‘Lack of Recognition’

AFIA reacts to FDA’s denial to extend the animal food rule comment period

Feed Industry Feels ‘Lack of Recognition’

Some of the changes proposed include new CGMPs for facility operations, equipment design and process controls, as well as mandates on Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventive Controls.

April 08, 2014 | By Lin Shen, Wilbur Ellis | Views: 1996

Cows and Their Craft: The Brew-to-Moo Connection

Beer co-product is a great source of feed, containing up to 20% protein dry weight and up to 60% fiber

Cows and Their Craft: The Brew-to-Moo Connection

The “brew-to-moo” connection, which involves sourcing cattle feed from spent grain created after brewing beer, isn’t new – it actually dates back to the advent of beer. 

March 14, 2014 | Editor's View | Elise Schafer | Views: 1537

Five Things to Love about the New FeedandGrain.com

Feed & Grain magazine launches a new and improved website

Five Things to Love about the New FeedandGrain.com

You may have noticed over the past several days that one of your favorite bookmarks on your web browser looks a little different. That's because Feed & Grain launched a new website earlier this week.This makeover has been months in the making, but after a few days of testing and tweaking,...

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March 06, 2014 | Mace Thornton | Views: 1106

Succession Planning: Who Will Lead Tomorrow’s Grain Industry?

GEAPS speaker expresses concern as the retirement rate reaches up to 12% in our field

Succession Planning: Who Will Lead Tomorrow's Grain Industry?

In the grain industry, due to its higher-than-average demographic of men in leadership positions, with most carrying the traditional baby-boomer trait of working at one place for the bulk of their careers, the issue of succession planning takes on even greater importance, according to Mike...

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